7 building retaining wall step Farmhouse Entry Design Photos

Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, Ohio
Ideabooks4,235
Questions4
treatment. As Gayle explains, "It is lower maintenance if you let it age naturally, like teak or cedar, but we've chosen to seal it yearly to highlight and retain more of the deeper, richer color." Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
Even the utility entrance of the Schneider home offers a warm welcome, as guests are brought in by way of a stone path and stacked split-faced steps. An unassuming neutral palette is enhanced with Ipe decking and weathered fixtures. Ipe, a Braziian hardwood, is ideal for outdoor applications, lasting
like the 2 tone and steps
like the light on the wall
Rosemary herbs by the front step! Great touch!
Front porch idea - to have a piece of stone as the initial step from pathway
“Awesome exterior for side door.” — backhaus
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Ideabooks1,378
Questions1
I like the walk way to the buildings and I pictured my garages in the back with the granny flat like that. I like.
attached with metal and glass or partial walls but slanted or flat? Like the mix of traditional, wood/charming with the raw/industrial modern edge and lots of light.
This glassed-in walkway contrasts the solid-walled building. Picture walking from one structure to the next as an experience.
This glassed-in walkway contrasts the solid-walled building. Picture walking from one structure to the next as an experience. You're drawn toward the light in the connector, then to the view, and then your field of view is visually compressed once you enter the adjacent structure.
“window and door contrast” — rebeccafoote
Donald Lococo Architects
8 Reviews
American Farmhouse
Ideabooks4,087
Questions3
Dark wood tile floor w white walls
open stair balcony with tree like wall
know of new buildings that try to look like old buildings and get it terribly wrong. Lococo says he avoided that mistake with this home by employing the concept of wabi-sabi: the philosophy that true beauty is imperfect. The house looks authentically old because, like a true vintage building, things are
“Homes that are overly perfect feel wrong,” he says.Stone: Schuykill County, Pennsylvania, Luck Stone; door handle: Ashley Norton; door knocker: Baldwin; wall paint: Woodland White, Benjamin Moore; beams: reclaimed, Cochran’s Lumber and Millwork; stairs, railings: Crown Stair
“beams and rock adn wood floor” — germanaud
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Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Horse Country Home
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Questions6
Handrail. You can buy it at any building supply in many shapes
I like this tile floor; like open space under steps
Install staircase when ready to build up.
Trim up the wall stairs
wood paneling on wall
Keep one wall of stairs
picture s up stair wall
wall and trim colors please?
color on walls...Stair wall...Wall panels...white wall...Wall Color
“Tiles” — kchandiharrison
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks10,358
Questions15
Where did you get the material for the steps and what is the price range ?
No question, just a comment... Beautiful entry. Was not considering black door with light trim/transom/sidelights on our new build... Until now. Lovely with gray siding.
manufacturer for the sconces. A Houzz member says it looks a lot like the Caleton Outdoor Wall Sconce No. 8406 by Quoizel (from what I can tell from the image). Check it out here: http://www.lumens.com/Carleton-Outdoor-Wall-Sconce-No-8406-by-Quoizel/uu325018/product As far as the paint colors, again we do
We are in the process of putting together a finish schedule for the house we are building and I would love this exact door, transom and side lite combination. Can you give me the name of the supplier please? Thanks!!
“Storm door” — jackric
Moger Mehrhof Architects
6 Reviews
Bragg Hill
Ideabooks3,016
Questions2
like the strips of wood on face of concrete wall
powder room has walls that let light shine through. Cool illumination!
nice glass, the siding looks neat, the glowing room is the powder bath, with translucent walls with the wood.
front door and flagstone step.
mix of textured building materials
Clever integrated lighting behind wall
Stepped cladding.
“Love the entry” — Euniece-Steven Dellinger
Sullivan Building & Design Group
7 Reviews
River Road Cottage
Ideabooks1,280
Questions2
Sullivan build and design in quakertown PA. Hardware by acorn hardware
I would love to knock out the exterior wall where the door is and put in big French doors instead, but if we keep the wall/pantry
source for Dutch door - Sullivan Building & Design Group
Use half door at top of steps to basement instead of baby gate. Cut hole in bottom for cat door.
“pantry door” — Julie Cockrell
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